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					                                 TIM SEVERANCE
                                  716 SW 201st #44
                               Beaverton, Oregon 97006
                                    (503) 504-2587
                                  severant@ieee.org

OBJECTIVE:
     Entry level engineering position as a digital design/test engineer.

EDUCATION:
  Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Science
  Portland State University, Portland, Oregon
  Graduation Expected: June 2002
  GPA: 3.47/4.0
  Projects
      Currently working on A/D converter that uses PCI bus to communicate with
         windows 2000.
      Currently working on analog ASIC emulation using verilog on an Altera
         FPGA.
      Wrote Linux software to communicate with an LCD controller to display an
         animation on LCD display.
      Wrote simple Unix shell using C.
      Designed and simulated PLL fully at transistor level to work as an FM
         demodulator using bipolar transistors.
      Designed emitter-coupled multivibrator at transistor level using bipolar
         transistors that functioned as a voltage-controlled oscillator.
  Related Classes
      Data Structures, Operating Systems, Electricity and Magnetism, Feedback and
         Control, Microelectronics Circuit Design, Analog IC Design.

SKILLS:
  Programming Languages: C, C++, Verilog, VHDL, Assembly, PHP, Perl
  Operating Systems: Windows 9X, NT, 2000, Linux, Sun OS
  Circuit Design: Transistor level, Biplor/MOS, Filters, Oscillators, Current mirrors
  Simulators: Cadence , Spice, Tektronix ADS, Mentor Graphics

WORK EXPERIENCE:
  Unix Administrator Assistant, Portland State University
      Help manage the school Unix network and help system administrators update
        web-pages by writing PHP scripts.
      1999-2000, 2001-2002

   Engineering Intern, Molectron Detector
       Wrote Labview software to test company product limits, and calibrated
         company laser probes at various wavelengths.
       2000-2001

				
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